Welcome to the Liberty Elementary Media Center blog! This blog has been designed to inform parents, teachers, and students about upcoming events in the media center. It is also a place to read about things we have done and view pictures of these events. Enjoy!
us celebrate participating in the following activities and challenges:
read 6,000 books, Mr. Anderson and Dr. Faircloth will entertain students in a
special assembly on Friday, November 21.
Monday:Students and staff will form a Reading Train
as they read together in the hallway for 20 minutes. In addition, students will
create grade level stories using the Story WheeliPad App.
Tuesday:Each grade level will meet for an assembly in
the media center where grade level stories will be shared.
Wednesday:Guest Reader Day-
Students will enjoy visits from community members, staff, and BOE officials as
visitors read their favorite books to students.
Thursday:Pajama Day- Students and staff may wear
school appropriate pajamas on this day. In the morning, instruction will
continue as usual.In the afternoon,
students will return to their homeroom class to read and take AR quizzes for
the remainder of the day.
Book Character Dress up Day- Students
and staff may dress up as their favorite book character.Students who dress up must bring the book with the character in it to school with them on
this day.The Reading Challenge assembly
will be held in the afternoon.
Calling all parents of 4th and 5th students! Are you having trouble setting up your students' Apple ID? We are here to help! To schedule an appointment with Mrs. Craven, please call the LES Media Center at (912) 884-5098!
Once again, the Liberty Elementary media program has been honored for excellence! On June 10, 2014, the Libery Elementary media center received the 2013-2014 Liberty County School System Exemplary Library Media Program Award. Pictured above is the plaque received at the Board of Education meeting. We are so excited about this award and we wish to congratulate the other media centers across the county who were honored as well. Way to go Midway Middle School, Bradwell Institute, and Taylors Creek Elementary!
Thanks to all the military readers who came to our school today to read books to our kindergarten classrooms. We appreciate the efforts of the Read Across Liberty team for providing books for each of our youngest students. Remember students... Readers are Leaders!
Liberty Elementary's Helen Ruffin Reading Bowl Team competes next week in the Liberty County Reading Bowl. Join me in wishing them the best of luck!! This team has read books, written questions, and most importantly, has fast fingers!!! Go Team Liberty!
Today fourth graders got to visit with Dr. Annette Laing, author of the Snipesville Chronicles, a series of time travel novels. Dr. Laing took students back in time to Colonial America as they reflected on whether or not they could have lived during that period. Students sang songs, performed dances, and observed artifacts from the era. Thanks Dr. Who... er.... I mean Dr. Laing, for the trip back in time. Personally, I prefer to stay here in the 21st century!